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Jan
6
revised Where was Jesus when he received word of Lazarus' illness?
editied in reference from comments
Jan
6
comment Where was Jesus when he received word of Lazarus' illness?
Interesting answer: I wonder why you connect the Lazarus of the parable with the brother of Mary and Martha though; that seems quite a leap just based on the name (the resurrections aren't comparable as one is related to the general resurrection at the end of time, and the other is in the vein of the miracles of the prophets) - is there any other reason to make the connection? Your mention that "...the gods could not revive someone who had been dead for more than three days..." is fascinating, do you happen to have a reference for that?
Jan
3
asked Are bdellium and onyx stone types of 'gold'?
Jan
3
reviewed Reviewed Translation of “abba” (Αββα, אבא)
Jan
2
comment What did 'adoption' mean to the Romans?
Hi Hello, you can comment on David's answer - editing your question isn't the way to do that.
Jan
2
revised What did 'adoption' mean to the Romans?
rolled back to a previous revision
Jan
2
reviewed Reviewed Are Simon the Pharisee (in Luke) and Simon the leper (in other Gospels) the same person?
Jan
2
reviewed No Action Needed What species of eagle is depicted in Deuteronomy 32:11?
Jan
2
reviewed Leave Open The 99 people in Luke 15: don't need to repent or don't *think* they need to?
Jan
2
revised What did 'adoption' mean to the Romans?
edited tags
Dec
31
awarded  Popular Question
Dec
29
revised What did 'adoption' mean to the Romans?
I think this question needed significant adaption to focus on the specific history question and take it away from being a leading question.
Dec
25
reviewed Reviewed Why was Jesus going to walk past the disciples as they were rowing on the Sea of Galilee?
Dec
22
revised Did Jesus subject Himself to the law of the land by paying the temple tax?
restricted to one of the two questions - the answer to the other is just "the text doesn't say".
Dec
21
comment Herod The Fox: Luke 13-32
Re-reading this, I'm left wondering, are you assuming that whoever translated the spoken phrase from the Aramaic or Hebrew into Greek did so badly? Only the most deliberately literal translations would leave in a misleading idiom without translating the sense.
Dec
21
reviewed Reviewed Does Spiritual blindness mean not knowing God's Word?
Dec
21
comment Does Spiritual blindness mean not knowing God's Word?
@DJClayworth yes they did, and no they didn't. There is knowing and there is knowing.
Dec
21
reviewed Reviewed Peter's response in Acts 2:16-23
Dec
21
reviewed Reviewed *Two* miraculous catches of fish in John 21 and significance?
Dec
19
revised Does Exodus explain itself as to why God hardens Pharaoh's heart in chapter 4?
attempt to channel answers close to the text